Creating a warm inviting space for yourself is crucial. It compliments your personality and will make your bedroom feel even more cozy, as well as helping you cater to your needs and enrich your mental health. Here are a few tips for creating the perfect place for down time.
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The key is to create a feng shui bedroom where you’ll feel relaxed, a place you can unwind from all the woes of the outside world, an environment where your mind can feel at ease.
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Ensure your headboard doesn’t face your door. This might seem strange, but it helps to avoid anxiousness, the anticipation of getting up and walking back out into the world. This simple trick will help you to get a better night’s rest.
Headboard For Feng Shui Bedroom
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Opt for a solid headboard. This is known to add balance within yourself and your relationship with your partner. Although avoid metal headboard since they often resemble imprisonment.
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In a world where it’s become difficult to unplug, excluding a television from your bedroom can help with sleep and distractions. If you need the TV to fall asleep, consider concealing it in order to avoid temptation to tune in at other unnecessary times.
Plants in Feng Shui Bedroom
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Nature has a calming affect on most of us, which is why incorporating live plants into your bedroom can make it feel more relaxing. Experts say that plants with soft or rounded edges work best to set the tone, such as succulents or snake plants.
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The pros will tell you that choosing organic bedding will help avoid all the bad juju that regular manufactured bedding has woven within it threads. Find an ethical and non-toxic brand that you can afford. Also, white has always been a popular color in Feng Shui bedroom, and you can incorporate throw pillows and blankets to spruce it up.
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A common misconception is that neutral colors are best for Feng Shui, but it’s different for everyone. Add a touch of color, your favorite color. Whether it be blue, orange, or black, seeing your favorite color scattered throughout your bedroom will bring you joy.
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Balance gives you freedom. Ensure the room has balance when picking out things like decor and furniture. Too much of one thing will make it feel overdone and crowded. Create an even balance in your feng shui bedroom by adding nightstands to both sides of the bed, even if you aren’t in a relationship. It doesn’t have to be symmetrical, it only needs to feel proportionate to you.
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Lighting is key when incorporating Feng Shui into any room, but especially in your bedroom since it’s the type of setting that may call for several different styles of lighting. You can have a lamp on your desk for when you study, and a string of soft glowing lights over your bed for winding down at night.
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Avoid hanging family photos in your bedroom. Your bedroom is designed to unwind, reconnect, and relax. Not to say family photos shouldn’t be displayed elsewhere, but when trying to connect with your partner it’s the last thing you want to see.
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Certain things have different effects on your mood. Hanging artwork too low on the wall can actually bring down your mood, as well as having too low of a bed frame. So opt for high strung pictures and a bed that isn’t close to the ground.
Clutter Free Feng Shui Bedroom
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Clutter creates stress. It reminds us of work that needs to be done. Keep your floor clear of distractions and your laundry off your bed and you’ll feel your room open up.
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